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Volunteer and Make a Difference in Someone’s Life
  • Extend a lifeline of nutrition to seniors
  • Help frail, homebound people stay in their homes
  • Restore hope to our lonely and homebound clients
  • Be inspired by the life-transforming results of your volunteer efforts
  • Develop friendships with other compassionate volunteers just like you
  • Have fun

Listen to Your Heart
  • Friendly Visitor
    • Assist with hobbies
    • Give hope
    • Let’s chat
    • Play cards
    • Read out loud
    • Run an errand
    • Take a walk
  • Volunteer Transportation Services
    • Transport older adults to medical appointments
    • Use their own vehicles
    • Mileage reimbursement is available
  • Other Volunteer Opportunities
    • Newsletter Volunteer
    • Advisory Council
    • Matter of Balance Coach
    • Health Insurance Counseling
    • Handyman
    • Yard Work
    • Shopping Assistance
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Health Insurance Information Counseling and Assistance Program (HIICAP)
The Office for the Aging provides health insurance counseling for people older than 60. Training is available so that you can provide unbiased information on:
  • Claim filing
  • EPIC
  • Medicare Advantage Plan

Home Delivered Meals Volunteers
What does being a Home Delivered Meals volunteer require and entail?
  • Twenty eight hot meal routes
  • Pickup and delivery times fluctuate between 11 am and 1 pm (Clifton Springs Route 4pm to 5pm)
  • Pick up sites depend on the route
  • Mileage reimbursement provided upon request
  • Training provided including the AAA Driver Improvement Course
  • Hot Meal available for volunteers
  • Valid drivers license and current insurance required
  • Volunteers deliver one day a week or as much or as little as desired
  • Substitute volunteers always needed

If interested please fill out the registration form that is located at the bottom of this page.
For more information contact Brenda Abel, Volunteer Coordinator, at (585) 396 - 4577.